Identification: ID Please

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest Native Plants' started by Kai Overgaard, Sep 25, 2019.

  1. Kai Overgaard

    Kai Overgaard New Member

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    ID Please

    It must be a Viola, but which one?
    I took the picture at the roadside between Tofino and Cathedral Grove at Vancouver Island in April 2019.

    Kai
     

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  2. Margot

    Margot Well-Known Member

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    The 2 common native yellow violets are Viola glabella and Viola sempervirens. The fact that this photo, taken in April, shows a number of last year's leaves along with newly emerging ones, suggests to me that this is Viola sempervirens - Evergreen Violet.
     
  3. Kai Overgaard

    Kai Overgaard New Member

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    Thank You Margot It's very kind of you. Viola sempervirens was my gues, but i was'nt sure because of the shape of the leaves.
     

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